The Role of Live, Virtual, and Constructive in Training 


Executive Summary Excerpt:

The Potomac Institute analyzed and reported on LVC in training.  As LVC capabilities continue to develop, there are three major areas that require structural change in order for the military to leverage LVC’s full potential. 

1. Live, Virtual, and Constructive Training should be used as in the third offset providing strategic advantage.

2. Standards are required to obtain the most value from Live, Virtual, and Constructive training.

3. Integrate current and future approaches of Live, Virtual, and Constructive training through a systems of systems acquisition approach.


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